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By Bmyoung on Mar 20, 2017 4:32 AM, concerning Rarefind Nursery (Rare Find Nursery):

Got the most beautiful Witch Hazel from these guys!
One of the nicest and most carefully packed mail order plants I've ever received!

By beckygardener on Mar 17, 2017 9:02 PM, concerning Tropical Plants & More:

I ordered 3 orchids from Ken during one of his sales to NGA members. Prices were very reasonable. The packaging was done so well that 2 of the orchids that had blooms arrived totally intact! I got to enjoy the flowers upon arrival. The other orchid hasn't bloomed yet, but was purchased with a cypress mount which I really liked! I would highly recommend Tropical Plants and More. And I will be watching for future sales by Ken.

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By Shy_gardener on Mar 17, 2017 12:41 PM, concerning Asuka Orchids:

New to Orchids I wanted to try some that would initially be a good windowsill specimen, were easy to grow, hardy, easy blooming, and fragrant. After a lot of research, I decided to try some Dendrobium Kingianums .

In looking around I found, Asuka Orchids of San Bruno, California… I ordered some, from their specials page and WOW was I ever pleased. Orchids arrived very well packed, they communicated very well through the order filling process, even kept tabs on weather conditions so orchids would arrive in perfect condition. They shipped me some really nice plants, one started blooming as soon as it arrived. Just can’t say enough about these folks…

By GaNinFl on Mar 9, 2017 11:23 AM, concerning Daylily Place:

Don't ask me why I waited so long to Order from Fred Manning. Some things can never be explained...

I've won some of his seeds before but this year I elected to go ahead and order some Daylily's too. Without question, Fred sends awesome fans. Each selection arrives healthy and with great root systems that should take no time to establish the plant in your garden.

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I don't know why it took so long the first time, but I know it wont be along time in-between orders. Thanks Fred!

By garystpaul on Mar 3, 2017 4:06 PM, concerning Victory Seed Company:

I've ordered from Victory for several years now and have never been disappointed. I admire the company's ethos and the service can't be beat. This year, I ordered seeds on a Tuesday; they were here on Friday. I have dealings with numerous seed outfits. I'd put Victory at the top. Highly recommended.

By beenthere on Feb 27, 2017 10:44 AM, concerning dogwooderitternet on eBay:

I've been purchasing from this gentleman thru Ebay for many years. Everything from Red Twig Dogwoods and various Honeysuckle, to perennial plants. Shipping has always been quick, packing is imaginative and effective to protect the plants. The only ones I ever lost were to the Bermuda triangle of death, at the top of our hill. Heavy, nasty clay on a slope. It has taken years to amend that soil so I could successfully plant (anything) there. Bought many honeysuckle to help beautify (hide) the ugly chain link fence many years ago. They are still there, all of them, doing their job and making the Hummingbirds happy. I love the fact that he offers the unusual and hard to find. Plants are small, but with strong, healthy root systems. Just plant them and stand back! Highly recommended.
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By CathyDupree on Feb 25, 2017 7:17 PM, concerning Brushwood Nursery:

I recently placed my first online order from Brushwood Nursery. Before receiving my 2 Clematis vines I had at least a dozen questions about Clematis vines and planting them.The Nursery was absolutely AWESOME about answering each and every question in a very timely manner. I probably drove Dan Long (service Dept) crazy LOL. He was so very patient and informative!! I was also notified when my vines were shipped and on their way and was given a tracking number so I had time to get every thing ready to plant them right away. I received my 2 vines in excellent condtition (as promised) with complete planting instructions. I was VERY impressed with my first experience with ordering plants online and having them shipped. I would definately order from Brushwood again!!!
Clematis Lover 😀
Cathy

By LilySue on Feb 24, 2017 7:16 PM, concerning Valley of the Daylilies:

Dan and Jackie Bachman own and operate this lovely daylily farm. It was here that I bought my first daylilies commercially. I was amazed on my first visit to VOTD as I'd never seen that many daylilies growing in one huge lot. I've made many purchases from Dan and I've never been disappointed. Dan specilizes in huge spiders and uf's. Last summer I was honored when he showed me a sampling of some of his smaller spiders and uf's. I'm an avid collector of miniature daylilys and was dazzled with his new line. For 2017 he has introduced " A Little Bit of Soap" and I can't wait to get it for my small garden.

By LilySue on Feb 24, 2017 6:44 PM, concerning O' Bannon Spring's Daylilies:

Steve Williams and his energetic wife Nancy, run this colorful farm in Nashport, Ohio. Atop the hills and valleys of their farm sits a cabin for one to relax sip a cool drink and take in the beautiful view while he and Nancy freshly dig your order. Steve is a breeder of unique daylilies. He has introduced several with more to come. Last fall I was given the honor to help him name a miniature double he has introduced for 2017. It was named "Little Tutu". Steve and Nancy offer an array of daylilies at prices that can't be beat. I recommend a visit to O'Bannon Springs and I guarantee you won't be disappointed. O'Bannon Spring's also has an online catalog mail orders. 1st photo "Little Tutu" 2nd A view from the porch of the cabin 3rd a Clump of "Little Tutu"
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By greene on Feb 20, 2017 5:51 PM, concerning No Natz :

This is a very small, family-owned business that started out by making one excellent product: 'NO NATZ'. Made from essential oils. Great stuff; give it a try.

This stuff works!!! They started small...people in south Georgia who spend any amount of time fishing swear by this stuff. Then the landscapers found it. Also used by hikers, golfers and just about anyone who does not enjoy being plagued by annoying gnats. And now, home gardeners buy it as well. It's safe to use on people, pets and livestock.

It effectively repels...(deep breath)...gnats, buffalo gnats, sand gnats, no-see-ums, mosquitos, coastal green headed flies, horse flies, deer flies, northern black flies, yellow flies, deer flies, fruit flies, biting flies, red bugs/chiggers....(whew!) That's a lot of repellent for just few bucks.

The company started out with just a few employees in 2002. The family has prospered and multiplied and now there are 11 'employees'. They have added a product called 'NO MOSQUITOZ'.

Oh, by the way, if you own a store you can become a wholesale dealer. Check out their website for details.

Please check out their website and support this family-owned business. They make a product that you can trust. It works!

By droughttolerant on Feb 17, 2017 7:23 PM, concerning Diane's Flower Seeds:

I have purchased lots of seeds from Diane's Seeds. Varieties are wonderful. Always high quality and lots of seeds in each envelope. Germination is terrific, orders are shipped quickly. I could not recommend Diane's Seeds enough.


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